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Old 26-01-16, 03:27 PM
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NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case

NZXT has just released their new Manta ITX chassis, which features a new curved design and extensive water cooling support.



Read more on NZXT's Manta ITX Case.

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Old 26-01-16, 03:39 PM
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The external looks might be a bit marmite, but the inside looks really good.
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Old 26-01-16, 06:21 PM
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Looks nice until you look at the specifications and one notices that the case is larger then an S340, which can take a full size ATX motherboard....

I just wished, they would make a smaller S340 to fit a Mini-ITX with just an SFX-L PSU, so it could be both lower and less wide.....
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Old 26-01-16, 06:49 PM
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Seems very big but that hasn't held back the success of ITX cases in the past, confusingly.

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Old 27-01-16, 04:29 AM
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It does give off an impression of being smaller than specified.
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Hi

Interesting case, yet its as big as my CaseLabs Nova X2M. I think I will stick with the CaseLabs Nova for now. The internals look interesting. Hope I can see one in person to judge how the internal parts work rather than just looking at pictures.

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